How would you like to win £1,000 merely for having an opinion?
Moneyfacts.co.uk, in conjunction with AOL/Wallet Pop and MyMoney24, is giving you the chance to judge on who's hot in the personal finance industry.
Perhaps you have enjoyed exemplary service from your current account provider or been impressed with the way your travel insurance provider dealt with your claim.
Let us know your thoughts in the Consumer Moneyfacts Survey and you will be entered into a draw to win £1,000 for each of the three sections you vote in. There are three £1,000 prizes to be won.
Click here to take the survey
The survey requests that respondents rate each provider that they have had dealings with in the preceding 12 months in the fields of family finance, household finance and personal finance.
Included within the three sections are the following categories:
•Best Pet Insurance Provider
•Best Car Insurance Provider
•Best Health Care Provider
•Best Travel Insurance Provider
•Best Travel Money Provider
•Best Prepaid Currency Card
•Best Home Insurance Provider
•Best Energy Provider
•First Time Mortgage Buyers' Choice
•Best High Street Mortgage Provider
•Remortgage Buyers' Choice
•Best Personal Loan Provider
•Best Credit Card
•Best Cashback Site
•Best Current Account Provider
•Best Student Account Provider
•Best High Street Savings Provider
•Best Online Savings Provider
•Best ISA Provider
•Best Online Banking Provider
"This survey is the perfect opportunity for consumers to have their say on the financial products that are important to them, whether that be a credit card, an ISA or pet insurance," said Sylvia Waycot, publishing director at Moneyfacts Group.
"As well as making their voices heard, everybody voting in the Consumer Moneyfacts Survey stands up to three chances of winning £1,000 – a sum of money likely to prove a welcome boost at such a challenging time."
The Consumer Moneyfacts Survey will run until 25 November 2011, with the three lucky £1,000 winners being announced in January.
Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.
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